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Resource ID: #733
Subject: Housing
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
Date: 1984-01-01



Philadelphia Inquirer issues reprint on how a Reagan administration HUD program, designed to sell crumbling homes to private firms that would renovate them and sell them to the needy, backfired, leaving the poor in lousy housing and the federal government out of millions of dollars, while speculators profited handsomely.

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